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  • 3 Rating Star 9
  • 4 Rating Star 6
  • 2 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 1

A quick and easy breakfast or lunch that you can modify to suite your taste. My 4 kids all love this. Try it with raisin bread too!

prep:
5 mins
cook:
5 mins
total:
10 mins
Servings:
1
Max Servings:
1
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Melt butter in the bottom of a large microwave-safe mug in the microwave, about 30 seconds. Tilt mug to coat all sides with melted butter.

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  • Stir melted butter, milk, egg, cinnamon, sugar, and vanilla extract together in the mug. Press bread cubes into milk mixture.

  • Microwave on High until set, about 90 seconds.

Nutrition Facts

345.39 calories; 12.27 g protein; 30.2 g carbohydrates; 19.34 g fat; 221.41 mg cholesterol; 517.46 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

bhaun
03/01/2014
I'm dieting so I used a spray or two of canola pan spray instead of the butter skim milk doubled the cinnamon and sugar but used Splenda instead chopped up half a banana into the mixture and used 100% whole wheat bread 50 calories a slice. An extra sprinkle of cinnamon and Splenda before microwaving made a sweet crunch on top. This gives you around 250 calories so you could add juice or a smoothy as well. There's also lots of for room to experiment with other spices and mix in's. I liked the addition of fresh fruit but nuts chips or dried fruits with other spice combos would work too. Just a cup and spoon to wash when you are done!
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Anonymous
05/26/2017
I hated it but maybe it was just me. You should try it anyway!
30 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 11
  • 3 Rating Star 9
  • 4 Rating Star 6
  • 2 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 1
bhaun
03/01/2014
I'm dieting so I used a spray or two of canola pan spray instead of the butter skim milk doubled the cinnamon and sugar but used Splenda instead chopped up half a banana into the mixture and used 100% whole wheat bread 50 calories a slice. An extra sprinkle of cinnamon and Splenda before microwaving made a sweet crunch on top. This gives you around 250 calories so you could add juice or a smoothy as well. There's also lots of for room to experiment with other spices and mix in's. I liked the addition of fresh fruit but nuts chips or dried fruits with other spice combos would work too. Just a cup and spoon to wash when you are done!
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Paula
03/17/2014
The whole purpose of anything you cook in a mug in the microwave is to make eating quick and easy. This recipe does that with a few easy-to-remember ingredients that cook up just fine in the microwave. The cinnamon is perfect for me but if I were to fix this again I would add a little more sugar. Like another reviewer I stirred the bread into the liquid. Seems as though it would set better if all cubes were slightly moist. Most mug recipes are for eating quickly or on-the-go but this morning I wanted to treat myself so I turned my French toast cup out onto a pretty tea and toast set and slowly enjoyed my breakfast.
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Tammy Lynn
10/22/2015
It was quick and tasty. My 15 mo old liked it too. I made just as stated but I stirred the bread around instead of just pressing it into the egg mixture; wanted to make sure it all got coated. It took 90 seconds exactly in my microwave. I poured some real maple syrup on top and it tasted somewhat like french toast. I'll make it again sometime. update- I've made this a few times now and I leave out the butter and just use cooking spray in the mug and I leave out the sugar. Comes out perfect. So quick just pour some syrup on top and eat it straight from the mug.
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KittyKat
04/26/2015
It was pretty tasty though towards the bottom of the cup it was a bit soggy. It might of been because i used whole wheat bread but it was still good. I mixed in the bread like some others did but I think that just made it into a bowl of mush... I'll tweak the recipe next time I make it: probably add more bread and won't mix it as much.
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Rachel Laabs
07/19/2016
I used this recipe as a base and instead of cinnamon I used chocolate chips. Turned out good but I should have mixed it more probably. Helpful recipe!
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Laz
01/24/2017
Yummy and easy! I put in extra sugar and left out the cinnamon and vanilla. (With real maple syrup on top who needs those?) Next time I'm gonna try throwing in some bacon:) Thank you!
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Elaine
10/02/2017
This was great just as written! Easy to make and tasty too!
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Anonymous
07/26/2015
I made this with two end slices of whole wheat bread and it hit the spot! I was in the mood for something sweet but didn't want to get the pan out. I added some walnuts and chocolate chips between the two ripped up slices of bread and I think the added crunch from the nuts helped a lot. I doubled the sugar and actually dumped it out of the cup onto a plate to eat...doing that I found the egg was still quite runny at the bottom so I microwaved it on the plate for another 30 seconds. All in all a nice easy way to have french toast without too much hassle!
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Colleen
05/17/2015
This turned out delicious! Made exactly as recipe states. Definitely going to make again..maybe with raisin bread!